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in new york. >> big lots and slower same store sales and make it a buy. it had it's gob and i don't want you to come in now. i think that big lots is not a great operator. the market needs to free itself from the notion that there will be a deal. that is what needs to happen. take your time. this hope is still not dashed enough to make this market immune from more disappointment. "mad money" will be right back. shop until you drop? the holiday shopping season is in full swing. the only thing more competitive is the cut throat clash from retailer against retailer. holiday edition of off the charts and later, some thing is brewing. starbucks is serving up returns alongside it's coffee for years. or is this your chance to fill up your cup before these shares get percolating? plus rise above. while washing to be trades offers cramer is keeping you one step ahead. tonight he is getting a read on the regionals. find out if you should be making a deposit coming up on "mad money." >>> with the fiscal cliff looming less than a month away. you would think that some would be getting hammered right
as the new york times said today as the tragedy in connecticut has softened the times. maybe it takes something like this to get the congress and the president to work on things. there does seem to be a spirit of compromise now brewing. i'm not just talking about the end of the year, but any time. the president perhaps holding off raising taxes for those who make $200,000. especially when coupled about this rumored embrace about spending cuts. that could turn the fiscal cliff into a fiscal hop, skip and a jump that ends up in an exciting place. there are other forces at work today that show you the magnitude of what a deal could mean for our great country. the other forces? the transports, banks, u.s. treasury bonds and gold. first, you know i like to watch the transports as a measurement of economic activity. you know it has to be shipped somewhere to be sold. that is why i follow the transports so closely. when they are going up it means there is more commerce happening than thought. planes, trains, truckers and shippers going higher, that above all, is a terrific predictor of growt
the heck knows when and from what level you can get back in. why don't we go to tom in new york. tom? >> caller: hi, jim. could this offset same-store sales and make it a buy? >> i think it moved already. one of those stocks that moves in gigantic gobs, to speak and had its gob and i don't want you to come in now. not a great operator. one of thebounces up and down, it's not a great stock. you have to return to the growth stock, autos and the housing plays. take your time. buy on weakness. hope is still not dashed enough to make this market immune from more disappointment from washington. "mad money "will be right back. >>> coming up, shop until you drop? the holiday shopping season is in full swing, and the only thing more competitive than jockeying for a position in line is the cut-throw clash of retailers again retailer. tonight, jim cramer is helping you on a holiday edition. and something's brewing. alongside its coffee for year, could concerns about starbucks move into tea mean it's time to lay off the caffeine, or is this your chance to fill up your cup before these shares rea
's go to jack in new york. >> booyah from brooklyn. >> i'm going to be there later this evening, we should hang out. fedex is reporting better package shipments. do you think that will carry their shares into the next point? >> we were going back and forth after a frustrating day where dollar general blew up. maybe that wasn't such a good day yesterday for federal express and for urgent mail. but we are holding onto it formal. every stock has been tipping itself lately. you know, i like companies so much more than congressmen. it is going to be hard for democrats and republicans to compromise. i cannot blame people for being cautious. i did get a lot of good vibes about no legislation and you know what, i learned that i think ceos are better. "mad money" will be right back. but investors cooled on the stock and sent it's shares into the fryer, is this a value meal or has wall street lost it's appetite for fast food. just ahead. all coming up on "mad money." [ male announcer ] at scottrade, you won't just find us online, you'll also find us in person, with dedicated support teams at
to jack in new york. >> booyah from brooklyn. >> i'm going to be there later this evening, we ought to hang out. >> fedex is reporting record holiday package shipments. with the fiscal cliff looming, do you think that will carry their shares into the next point? >> we were going back and forth after a very frustrating day where dollar general blew up. how come fedex acts badly? maybe that wasn't such a good day yesterday for federal express and for urgent mail. but we are holding onto it for now. every stock has been tipping itself lately. you know, i like companies so much more than congressmen. it is going to be very hard for democrats and republicans to compromise. i cannot blame people for being cautious. i did get a lot of good vibes about no legislation and you know what, i learned that i think ceos are better. "mad money" will be right back. coming up, mission critical. washington holds the market hostage. cramer is turning to north dakota for the latest. holiday hustle. while registers are ringing, others are left out in the cold. tonight, an exclusive look at luxury with th
office depot. staples and office depot do business in new york. another reason why the stock's outperforming. lately there have been whispers and you go on the web, you google this thing and you're going to see it. i google it. i don't want to be a part of it but possible merger between office depot and office max. it's true that office depot and staples tried to merge in the mid '90s. justice department nixed that one. but the dynamics of the office supply system has changed a lot since the rise of the internet. i think it's more likely a deal would be allowed to happen in this base. staples buying office depot was the number one player by the number two. ixnay on that. the other merger number two player combining with the number three. justice is always easier on those. i never like to invest on takeover speculation. but there's no doubt office max would go higher if it happened to catch a bid. after this run office max is still cheaper than office depot or staples on an enterprise value basis. not recommending this on a takeover basis. here's the bottom line. i wouldn't re
and come back. let's go to steve in new york please, steve? >> caller: greetings from the beautiful finger lakes of central new york. >> i love the finger lakes. what's going on? >> caller: two-part question for limited brand. it looks like the revenue numbers are finally catching up with the same store sale numbers as evidenced this past month. the stock has been in a trading range 45 to 49 for several months. today it closed at 52.15. is this the breakout we've been waiting for? >> i'm going to say yes. no one had a good month in november except for amazon and your play, and limited. if you can have a good month of november when a lot of businesses were shut down because of sandy, who knows what could happen during the closer we get holiday season period like right now. limited's for me. it's for you. what the heck was up with office max? i thought it would be left for dead but it's coming back to life. the company has some things going for it. if you're looking to get in, look, you know you'll get some congressman or senator saying there is no deal. at that moment you pull the trigger,
than post nine where i'm stationed on the floor of the new york stock exchange for "squawk on the street" to see this new acquisition dynamic play out. today nyse euronext agreed to be acquired by intercontinental exchange, a young upstart with not even a dozen years of trading under its belt. this went from $24.32 and change, had a fantastic appreciation, which shows you how an iconic american business can be worth much more than it's trading floor, providing a competitor gets to acquire it. separate these companies, know what they are? they're part of a dog eat dog universe of exchanges and an industry with way too much capacity. together they become the global powerhouse that can dominate futures trading. in other words, this is a dodd-frank legislation made me do it deal. it shows both companies are willing to do what's right for you, the shareholders, even if our leaders aren't willing to do what's right for you, the taxpayers. sadly the new york stock exchange is something that we used to come into a newer company because the equity business, which is its bread and bu
money pro. doug told "the new york times" in a piece that led today's business section that one of the biggest stock market worries, the main from higher capital gains and dividend taxes would barely have an impact on the market. because so few individuals have taxable accounts. only 14% down from 29%. dog's calling it a canard. and others say the job cuts for 2013, which seems to be put as many as two million to be made jobless woend be as fast or as high. plus the tax increase can be rolled back. in other words, a deal will eventually be reached, so while bother to sell. okay, so the it's all overdone crowd may have a role to play here. particularly because it turned out that when we got a deal to avert the debt ceiling back in the summer of 2011, we caught a gigantic rally. it wasn't a mistake to sell. this is debt ceiling two. let me tell you where i come out. while nothing is irreparable in putting things back together if we go over the cliff. i'm getting worried about what will happen. certainly more than the school who says that the dire predictions are off the mark. i'm
for the heimlich. the newly design the walgreen's and dwayne reed's in new york are things of beauty and among my favorite places to shop and those who watch "squawk on the street" know i like to shop. i go to my dwayne reed's twice a week and the store manager tom does a great job. my inclination is this is a buy on any weakness and if it weren't for the gigantic acquisition i would say don't wait for the weakness. it's got a bright future ahead of it. beyond earnings monday the empire state manufacturing report from new york. in full-blown weak data mode want to see if business is rolling over. sought empire manufacturing number will set the tone for the rest rest of the day for things that ge doesn't cover. the fed told us businesses are ratcheting down spending. this is what we could hear. here's the bottom line. it's time to get used to the idea that we're going over the fiscal cliff. ready yourself to take a big hit in a couple weeks. but don't forget that individual companies still matter. if you really like one of these companies, i'm going to suggest buy half and then wait to see if we g
room in some of the smaller stores? >> yeah. >> will we see these things in new york? >> you may see them in new york, but the best example we talked about last time was the pub, the pub idea. >> yes. >> we had that and started out in one and now have 55. turns out people enjoy getting together and gathering and relaxing after work. >> okay. now, you also did a study most recently a lot of -- a couple guys joked. ask him about whole paycheck and a lot of what i buy at whole foods is now cheaper than local merchants. >> right. we've talked about this. work really hard on our competitiveness. quality and value, quality and value, it's always a dance. i think we are fundamentally more competitive. and i'm looking you in the eye and saying, hey, we are going to be competitive unlike product because we're going to continue to grow the company. >> you have been doing terrific work rolling out private label. >> right. >> is there a balance? some people want to see those branded in the store, don't want all private label. other people, some of the branded companies, they can't be that happy
. we charged all their cell phones. and we did this all over new york. we did it downtown. we did it in washington square park. all over. and then we started distributing the stoves to people in the rockaways. so they could do this at home. >> okay. great service. now, everybody on our crew who has seen this immediately wants to buy one. because they all want to put it, set in in their trunk so if you go camping you can be able to charge your phone and your ipad. are they available yet? >> they are available. they're for sale through our website, biolitestove.com. we have sold tens of thousands of them this year. and then next we're we'll be in wholesale locations in the u.s. and about ten countries internationally. >> r.e.i. and eastern mountain sports, that kind of thing? >> yeah. companies like that. >> we've shipped these to now 70 countries around the world. and if you go onto our site or go on to youtube you'll see all the videos people are making about how they're using them in every language you can imagine. >> let's talk emerging markets. those people -- i talked to someb
don't know the stock. >> high, jim, how about a new york jets booyah. >> wow, you have to be the only one other than seth ryan. but go ahead. what's up? my question is about workday. i bought it on the way up. and how good of a company do you think it is? i think it is good. i have to tell you, in the darkest moments people abandon this. i think that is a better situation but i like the workday business. let's go to make in massachusetts. >> i guess you are a jet fan not a patriot fan, right? >> the stock has gone done a bit but i haven't heard anyone mention a company. i think it has had a good move. we have a couple of good days happening here. you take a stock like skyward solutions that is a cheaper stock. i'm going to say let that one come in. no need to chase that one. when the facts change you need to revisit them. and i am worried that the profit taker is going to come in. why don't you get ahead and take something off the table right now. don't move, the lightening round is coming up next. >> tomorrow what your favorite stores are doing right now. continuing tomorrow on cnbc.
measuring these things bay back in the '60s. out of all the boats registered in new york, something like 6.8% were damaged in new jersey, the figure was over 15%. so you have this big group of boat owners with insurance checks in hand which suggests to me we're about to see a big surge in boat buying. and that means the stock to own is brunswick corp. bc. the number one maker of boats on earth. now, you might think this would be a bad time to buy brunswick, given that this company makes some of the most discretionary items imaginable. basically a toymaker for the rich. and taxes on the rich are about to rise in a big way. even if we get a fiscal cliff deal. it will almost certainly include higher rates for the top 2% because the bobama refuses to b from that position. if the wealthy are going to get hit with a major tax hike, does it really make sense to own the stock of a company that owns motor yachts? not only that, but brunswick also makes billiard tables, fancy fitness machines and bowling equipment. bowling may be more of an every-man activity. i've got my own ball and shoes, yet thr
to be optimistic worried that the heightened worry of others will help us. let's go to ct in new york. ct. >> caller: hey, big boo-yah to you, jim. i'm talking to you today. a couple weeks ago i was in pain. i was in the house of pain. today it's tough, and i'm talking now ♪ hallelujah so now tell me, am i staying with it or losing my mind? >> this is controversial because i'm just going to tell you the news. and the news is is that apparently sales are very good for it, okay? if sales are very good for it, the stock can go higher. i actually tried to dodge a very bad move and got people out. you can say well, listen, jim, why are you telling people to buy it now? i'm not. i'm just telling people that the news is positive. there's too many other stocks out there that i'm trying to help you with. i can read you the news. i don't have any other insight. let's go to jim in florida. jim. >> caller: big boo-yah from sunny brooksville, florida, jim. >> sweet. what's going on there, partner? >> caller: first thanks for what you do for us. >> thank you. thank you. >> caller: i have some real so
. michael in new york. >> caller: hi, jim. i enjoy the show, thank you for helping me make money for my family. >> my pleasure. thank you for saying that to me. >> caller: i have two questions. they're somewhat related. what do you gain by getting a dividend if the share price goes down by the amount of the dividend and then you have to pay taxes to the dividend, and isn't comparing dividend stocks to a yield not a apples to apples comparison because of the greatest risk of losing your risk with stock as compared to the ten-year? >> let's get empirical, what stocks have outperformed for the last 20 or 30 years? stocks that pay good dividends. that's reinvested dividend. i'm getting this from jeremy seagal's work. go read his book and you will know exactly why i think dividends are so important. a pullback can be the market giving back. i like stocks that have pulled back from the new high list between 5% and 8%. do the homework. don't chase momentum, it's a starting point, not an ending point. "mad money" will be right back. >>> don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer. hav
a sad story in the "new york times" about a prank played by a couple of trailian radio jokes to -- royal kate middleton has been recuperating, and that led to a suicide of a nurse that told the -- four years earlier, the daily mirror published a series of photographs of inside buckingham palace, showing that the queen's cereal was brought to the table in tupperware containers. there's more focus on tupperware than the actual thrust of the story. because i interviewed tupperware's ceo on "squawk on the street." somehow, someone sold the british royal family some tupperware containers and that's a reminder that this family is not a mid level marketing company where the majority of sales stay in the system, the products don't resonate with the most prestigious coast her in the world. when i asked who sold the queen on the containers, he said basically the queen has good taste, so of course she uses tupperware. but unlike herbal life or iowa von, this is a pristine brand and a history of long beating the loftiest of expectations. tupperware is indeed firing on all cylinders. the organic grow
. >> i'm going to new york and marc. >> caller: i just know what i should do with mellonox. >> i want to sell the stock. let's go to lewis in florida. >> caller: jim, boo-yah. i'm interested in northern tier energy. nti. >> i don't trust that yield. i don't trust that yield. let's do more work, the yield is gigantic. i think it will end up being a red flag, it's a challenge flag and i think it's going to be a good challenge. let's go to tom in wisconsin. tom? >> caller: hey, jim, i'm calling from a nursing home. i want to ask you about a company rbc, regal bowling corporation. >> listen to me, partner, first of all thank you for calling in. that is a great industrial company, it's done nothing for a long time. i want you to stick with it. it's got a good yield, it's a really well run company, i have liked it for 35 years. stay with that one. let's go to jason in virginia. >> caller: i need some help, the stock emed, they reported last month double digit profit, double digit earnings, i'm down 34%. do i add more here? >> we have to do more work on that, we cannot tell you get in and ju
. are you ready skee-daddy. john in new york. >> caller: boo-yah to ya, jim. >> i'm going to see you with a cow gardens boo-yah. what's going on? >> caller: what can you tell me about hess? here's the problem with hess. the problem with hess, it's the most undermanaged company in the world. it's split into two, and it's got great bakken assets, works between $70 and $75, right now, maybe even more, but they haven't pulled the trigger. jim in florida, jim? >> caller: jesse james cramer crazy horse from florida. i just started working the market about two years ago so i'm a newbie. i've made good 20% profits we bay and century link. i'm looking to buy more about a 3 to 1 ratio on ebay. and centurylink. give me your opinion jesse james. >> bingo, you're on, i would do the same. if it ain't broke, don't fix. you've got the right proportion and the right stocks and i bless it. jeff in florida, please, jeff? >> caller: hi, jim. hey, i'm first-time caller, big fan of you and the show. >> thank you. >> caller: and my stock is annaly capital. >> that's a tough one. mike farrell has a great te
in new york. robert? >> caller: in september, sandstone gold was riding around 13, and you were extremely bullish on it. last month you reviewed it and gave it a bearish signal. with it riding near $11.50 now, how do you see it going in the future? >> what happened is my friend and super forensic accountant cautioned me, look, if gold does go down big, sandstorm may have more risk than the ceo felt it had. but at 11 now, this one's fine. i just prefer the gld, particularly after what happened with freeport the other day when they became freeport oil and gas with a gold and copper division. pam in indiana, pam? >> caller: thank you, mr. cramer. what do you think of abt, abbott laboratories? >> that's one of the largest positions for actionalertsplus.com. you see the co-research director stephanie link on "fast money" today, and i've got to tell you, maybe my favorite position after starbucks. let's go to kenny in illinois. kenny? >> caller: jimmy. >> yo, yo. >> caller: my question is about this private bancorp. >> don't know it well enough. let's do some work and we will come back, always
, sunshine. >> caller: booyah to my brother in queensbury, new york. >> mark is a greensbury. good fight last weekend. >> caller: could eli lily -- face retrial until late 2013 enthusiast delaying approval for their application to u.s. and europe? >> when you started i was thinking he's really going there. always i wanted this to be espn. ask me about eli manning. no eli lily. it read through the release many times about t times about the alzheimer's drug. i want to pull the trigger on eli manning and hit it on eli lily. rob in florida, rob >> caller: booyah, jim. how you doing? >> real good. how about you? >> caller: good good. my question is about point star teaming up with verizon. >> yeah, i know, man. there's a lot of ways to get tv, isn't there? >> caller: yes, sir. >> well, i got to tell you. i'm not a coin star fan. now netflix, you see that stock today? the coin star thing made me a coin flip for coin star but i like verizon. call me conservative. ben to the rescue. after today it seems like he's the only one trying to get the economy rolling. but he can't do it all by himself which
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want to change their names. really the fundamentals that matter. let's go to rich in new york. >> caller: hi, jim. for a beginning investor new to the stock market, would you advise shorting stock? and could you explain how one would make money trading in that manner? >> no, i do not advise shorting stock. losses can be infinite. i would prefer you to buy puts and you protect your upside sales call. and you protect your down side, and go back to getting even. i describe in 100 pages how it's better to buy puts. we know the key things to look for. great stocks to buy, insider buying is one of them, particularly when there is a heavy short position. that can often be a combustible situation that can explode to the upside. stay with cramer. >>> nobody is more passionate about the market than i am. nobody in the whole country. >> i want to thank you. have you saved my retirement. >> you are why i come out here and do this show. thank you so much. >> the stuff that are you doing for all of us, is so important. i want to say thank you. >> my husband and i watch every day, and we cou
. like no vacation without legislation, like ogden nash. let's go to jim in new york. going to myself. >> caller: a wonder bread hostess twinkies booyah! what do you think will happen with hostess? will it go private or flowers food would be a good fit? >> i don't think flo will buy them. you get a lot of labor issues and flowers down there in thomasville, georgia, he they don't really get into the labor issues. this outfit is more a fashion statement. when you see me around town, you know this is how i look. i think the turn around story at gap is alive and well. consider its pullback a chance not to pull on a full position. want 100 shares? buy 50 and wait for the latest disappointment from washington. stick around. lightning round is next. all energy development comes with some risk, but proven technologies allow natural gas producers to supply affordable, cleaner energy, while protecting our environment. across america, these technologies protect air - by monitoring air quality and reducing emissions... ...protect water - through conservation and self-contained recycling systems.
ain't worth it. >> sell, sell, sell. >> john in new york, please, john? >> caller: hey, how you doing, jim? i was wondering how you feel about nokia since they signed on to china mobile. >> everyone's all of a sudden excited about nokia. it's on a run. i understand a $3 stock you go to $4, in the end -- remember, i encourage speculation that's informed, but in the end, i have no real reason, i think it's going to be an afterthought in the big world that is smartphones. joe in florida. a lot of florida callers lately. joe? >> caller: this is joe from florida. how are you doing? >> well, i'm getting ready for the nets season, new players coming. >> caller: we need it bad. >> all right. >> caller: i have a question for you, stj st. jude medical. >> oh, man, they've been crushing that baby, haven't they? >> caller: i can say they said they were going to buy back some stock, 10%. >> yeah, you know what? we're going to take a pass. because unless we have a good fundamental story, we're not going to be encouraged by a buyback. what happens is the story gets worse and we can't just say, oh, w
in new york. jim, i heard you say when considering playing the downside of an equity that you would short the stock rather than buy a put. please elaborate on your reasoning. i favor puts to avoid the high risk of a short position. danny, so glad you sent me this. if i created any misperception that i favor shorting stocks, it is out of character with all my books and what i used to do at my hedge fund or working at goldman sachs or trading for myself. i do puts, layerly shorts. i was a victim of hortishort squeeze that's lost me a ton of money. use puts. i don't care if there's a premium. all right. let's go to some tweets. here's one from bkelly019. covered calls allow moo to print money out of items to sell. why do you hate them? i got to tell you something, bkelly019, i hap trapping or cutting off the upside. you can't make more money than when you write the call. say something goes wrong, okay, so you sell the stock, you're really vulnerable doing takeover then because you're short the call. never, ever, ever cap your upside. that's always been my rule. i would never sell a put. that
from danny in new york. hi, jim. i've heard you say when considering playing the down side of an equity that you would short the stock rather than buy a put. please elaborate on your reasoning for this. i favor the high risk of a short position. i'm so glad you sent me this because if i've created any misperception that i favor shorting stocks, it is completely out of character with all my books and what i used to do at my hedge fund or before my hedge fund when i used to work for people at goldman sachs or when i was trading for myself. i always do puts, i rarely do shorts because as i write in "confessions of a street addict" i was the victim of a some bad short squeezes that lost me a ton of money. let's goat to some tweets. here's one from bkelly 019 @jim cramer, covered calls allowed my to print money out of large positions without having to sell. why do you hate them so much? here's the swr. i've got to tell you something, bkelly 019. i hate cutting my up side. you can't make more money than when you write the call. let's say something goes wrong. okay. you sell the stock. you're
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